Montag, 23. März 2015

Chocolate Bar Necklaces And Ring With Pancakes

 Hello, today I want to show you two new necklaces and a new ring.

Some time ago, I have made some similar chocolate bar necklaces like these two. But I really like to make these necklaces. Also I have made a lot of these chocolate bars and I need to use them for several projects. But as necklaces, they look best.
This time I have used very petite chains for the necklaces and I think they look pretty.

It wasn't easy for me to make this ring, because everything is really small in my case. The pancakes were not the problem, but the strawberries weren't so easy, because the clay just dried too fast. ^^
I think the result looks cute, but it's nothing special.

See you soon. Bye! :3

Dienstag, 17. März 2015

Donuts Made With A Kutsuwa Mold

Hey ho, these yummy looking donuts I've also made with a Kutsuwa mold. I think, they look pretty and the bag charms fits great to my bag. :D

The donut in the picture on the upper left, is a marble donut with chocolate glaze. It looks more like a small cake instead of a donut, but it looks just cute and I want to eat it. ^^
The donut charm in the upper right picture, has a light pink glaze with colorful sprinkles on it. The small ribbon bow charm is also made with the mold.

Samstag, 14. März 2015

Bear Eclair Charms

Hello, here are two more bag charms/key rings. I hope you'll like them. (^_^)

I want to make more animal Eclair charms like these. Dog shaped Eclairs would be really nice, I guess, or rabbits... or small pigs. I need to try it out. ^^

Now I need to make some things for a trade package. The package is for a dear friend and she wants a deco-den phone case with a colorful care bear. I hope, I can realize this. A care bear is not really hard to make, I guess, but you know, I'm not good in making figurines. ^^
I've never made a deco-den phone case before, so I'm really curious about, how it'll look like when it's finished. I hope, she will like it.

See you soon! :3

Sonntag, 8. März 2015

New Broochs

Hey guys, unfortunately I've forget to show you some new stuff. Also the weather was really awful, so the light was too bad to make pictures. And I was just too lazy to build up my light box and lamps. (≧ω≦)

On the pictures you can see two new brooches, which I've made some time ago. Somehow I don't like them. The bear cookie has become just too thin and looks really weird. I also dislike the face... it looks so odd! ^^

The cat brooch also isn't really great. The cookie itself is thicker and looks better, but the glaze is also bad. Maybe I should have used some brighter colors instead. Now it is just boring and the glitter doesn't make it better.

Out of the Eclair charm from my new tutorial, I have made a bag charm. Because I thought, that the Eclair looks a bit empty, I've added a raspberry and blueberry on the top afterwards. Now it's better, I guess.
I really like this bag charm. What do you think about it? And do you like the tutorial? :)

This week I received a lot of new materials - resin, thick consistency resin, UV resin, new pigments for resin, a UV lamp, skin colored wool felt and others. I think I got enough resin for now. ^^
Some days ago I've also bought a cupcake maker. So I think, that I'll upload a cupcake (or muffin) recipe the next time. But at first I need to try my recipe. ^^

See you soon. (^▽^)

Sonntag, 1. März 2015

How to make Eclairs with a Kutsuwa mold - Air Dry Clay - Tutorial

Hello guys, in this tutorial I'll show you, how to make cute Eclairs with a Kutsuwa mold.
I've noticed that some people had problems to get good and more real looking results, while working with molds. But with just a few easy steps, you can make really great charms.

I hope you can follow my instructions and if you have any questions, you can leave a comment down below. :)

You'll need:
Fimo Air Light and cold porcelain,
the Kutsuwa mold from the picture,
acrylic paints (ochre, brown sienna, white and light pink),
red eye shadow,
a toothbrush, toothpicks, a knife, a ball of aluminium foil, a rolling pin, a paintbrush, a small bowl, a paper towel and a cotton swab,
baby oil or mold oil,
wood glue,
silicone (or fake whip cream) and a piping bag+tip
EVE - Wall-E